Caversham is pleased to be the bookstore for the EMDR Canada 2022 Virtual Conference!
Below you will find links to the speakers that have published books, as well as the sections you might want to browse. We recommend you check out the EMDR section of course!
Shipping for small business is a challenge to keep affordable, however we manage to charge a reasonable $8 flat rate, and orders over $100 ship free, Canada Wide! (If you need to top up an order, check out the list of list of books under $15)
We hope you have a great conference, and thank you for all you do in these unpredicable times! We're so glad to be there with you :)
— Caversham Gremlins (Joe, Janet, Karl, Neil & Noah)
Keynote Address: Dr. Frank Corrigan MD, FRC Psych
EMDR and DBR (Deep Brain Reorienting): affective neuroscience and trauma memory processing
Dr. Corrigan is an independent psychiatrist in private practice in Scotland who trained in EMDR in 1999. He is co-author of Neurobiology and treatment of traumatic dissociation (Lanius, UF, Paulsen, SP, Corrigan, FM, Springer, New York, 2014) and of The Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM): novel approaches to the healing of complex trauma (Schwarz, L., Corrigan, FM., Hull, AM., Raju, R. Routledge, London, 2016). He has developed Deep Brain Reorienting (DBR) as a therapeutic modality for the clinical sequelae of early attachment disruptions and for other post-traumatic presentations.
Esly Regina Carvalho, Ph. D. is a Brazilian-American Trainer of Trainers for the EMDR Institute and AIBAPT – Asociación Iberoamericana de PsicoTrauma. She has helped bring EMDR to Ecuador, Bolivia, Brazil, Panama, Venezuela, Cuba, Bolivia, and Angola; and trained professionals in Portugal and Spain. A published author and speaker (in Spanish, Portuguese and English) as well as a Psychodrama Trainer, Esly has integrated her Psychodrama background into EMDR training and clinical practice, presently residing six months in Brasilia, Brazil, and six months in PEI, Canada. She directs the TraumaClinic Group, a renowned EMDR training center where more than 3000 professionals have been trained since 2004; as well as many advanced courses. Esly Carvalho is an internationally recognized author in three languages. Her bestseller, Healing the Folks Who Lived Inside, integrates her EMDR training with her Psychodrama experience. She also wrote, Heal your Brain, Heal your Body, connecting EMDR therapy with pain, psychosomatic and physical ailments; and Rupture and Repair, a full case story of EMDR from beginning to end.
Debra Wesselmann, MS, LIMHP has specialized in treating trauma and attachment problems in adults and children in private practice in Omaha, Nebraska for 33 years and co-founded The Attachment and Trauma Center of Nebraska. She is a trainer with the EMDR Institute, an EMDRIA-approved consultant, and serves on the editorial board for The Journal of EMDR Practice and Research. Wesselmann has co-authored articles, chapters, and books related to attachment and trauma, including a treatment manual for the EMDR and family therapy integrative model and two chapters co-authorized with the founder of EMDR therapy, Dr. Francine Shapiro. She provides EMDR specialty workshops in the area of attachment with children and adults, and she has been invited to give workshops and keynotes at numerous conferences both nationally and internationally.
Arianne Struik is a clinical psychologist, family therapist and EMDR practitioner and consultant, originally from the Netherlands. She worked in Child and Adolescent Mental Health for twenty-two years as a clinical psychologist and program director. As the director of the Institute for Chronically Traumatized Children (ICTC) she provides specialized trauma treatment in remote areas, as well as workshops, training, supervision and research.
Irene Siegel, PhD, LCSW is director of Center Point in Huntington N.Y. where she conducts her integrative EMDR therapy practice and teaches meditation and healing. She studied the ancient healing arts of native indigenous traditions throughout North and South America, and teaches the integration of Western psychotherapy with ancient healing arts as depicted in her recently published book The Sacred Path of the Therapist: Modern Healing, Ancient Wisdom, and Client Transformation. As an Approved EMDR Consultant, teacher, and lecturer she has broken through traditional barriers introducing the innovative concept of integrating mindful awareness and resonance into the EMDR protocol. See www.DrIreneSiegel.com for additional information.
Shirley Jean Schmidt is a Licensed Professional Counselor near Portland, Oregon. She was trained in EMDR in 1995. She’s a former EMDRIA-Approved Consultant. She began integrating EMDR with ego state therapy in the late 90s, inspiring her to develop a complimentary therapy approach, the Developmental Needs Meeting Strategy (DNMS). She’s trained hundreds of therapists in the DNMS over the last 20 years. She’s published books, articles, and webinars about integrating EMDR with ego state therapy.
Jamie Marich, Ph.D. (she/they) speaks internationally on topics related to EMDR therapy, trauma, addiction, dissociation, expressive arts, yoga, and mindfulness, and maintains a private practice in her home base of Warren, OH. She founded and directs The Institute for Creative Mindfulness and developed the Dancing Mindfulness approach to expressive arts therapy as well as Yoga for Clinicians. Marich has written numerous books, notably Trauma and the 12 Steps: An Inclusive Guide to Recovery (recent edition with North Atlantic Books, 2020). She has won numerous awards for LGBT+ and mental health advocacy. In 2017, she earned her Women Empowered Pink Belt through Gracie University of Jiu-Jitsu. Learn more about Marich’s work at www.jamiemarich.com